With an average price nearly double that of the rest, it’s small wonder that EVs haven’t managed to make a dent in the market.
Renault’s will to lead the EV race will probably give us the first electric hot hatch.
With a range of 245 miles, the Zoe is good enough for most occasions, but even if you need to top it up, it won’t take long.
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The Zoe RS, whose viability is under consideration by Renault, could feature dual electric motors and deliver over 200 HP.
Renault plans to have 8 EVs in its range by 2022, and going for the popular C-segment seems like a logical choice.
Battery-powered hot hatches could become a thing in the not so distant future.
More powerful and with a bigger battery than ever, the new Renault Zoe is an EV tailored for Europe.
The second-gen Zoe promises to do everything better than its commercially successful predecessor, without breaking the bank.
Launched as a concept more than two years ago with a dual electric motor set up, it can hit 62 mph from a standstill in just 3.2 seconds.
The small electric Renault returns with a more powerful electric motor and range to spare.
The second-gen Zoe brings a bigger battery for a longer range and faster charging, plus a more powerful electric motor option.